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Stepping Out of the Lookingglass

By Nick RomanMy internship with Lookingglass Theatre Company this past summer was nothing short of amazing. My primary goal with this experience was to reinforce and leverage my professional background in arts education and develop new skill sets by working across several departments of the organization. Not only did I provide administrative support in operations

Stepping Through the Lookingglass

By Nick RomanThis summer, I am honored to serve as the Administrative Intern for the Education & Community Programs department with the Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago. Day-to-day responsibilities include providing support for four different theatre education camps over the summer, drafting newsletters and performance programs, audience engagement content, and completing tasks “on the fly”-

MSLCE Students Head to Lookingglass Theatre for ‘Treasure Island’

By Scotty Stieber The Lookingglass Theatre’s ‘Treasure Island’ production takes our childhood daydreams to the stage in an exciting space that feeds off the senses. MSLCE students ventured downtown to Michigan Avenue last Wednesday to experience Mary Zimmerman’s vision of the classic treasure hunt story. Unlike larger performances, ‘Treasure Island’ keeps its audience close to

Designed to Innovate: MSLCE Students Take a Trip Through the Lookingglass

By Daniel Dvorkin Upon leaving downtown’s iconic Water Tower from a site visit to Lookingglass, I ran into our speaker and company Artistic Director, Andy White. He was picking up a sandwich board from the theatre’s sidewalk that had fallen over, prey to the Chicago winds. To this day Mr. White continues to unpretentiously treat his